Creates BRep solid primitives. More...
Static Public Member Functions  
static ModelData_Solid  CreateBox (double theDx, double theDy, double theDz) 
Creates a box.  
static ModelData_Solid  CreateBox (const ModelData_Point &theMinPoint, double theDx, double theDy, double theDz) 
Creates a box.  
static ModelData_Solid  CreateBox (const ModelData_Point &theMinPoint, const ModelData_Point &theMaxPoint) 
Creates a box.  
static ModelData_Solid  CreateBox (const ModelData_Axis2Placement &theAxis, double theDx, double theDy, double theDz) 
Creates a box.  
static ModelData_Solid  CreateSphere (double theRadius, double theU=2 *M_PI, double theVmin=M_PI_2, double theVmax=M_PI_2) 
Creates a sphere.  
static ModelData_Solid  CreateSphere (const ModelData_Point &theCenter, double theRadius, double theU=2 *M_PI, double theVmin=M_PI_2, double theVmax=M_PI_2) 
Creates a sphere.  
static ModelData_Solid  CreateSphere (const ModelData_Axis2Placement &theAxis, double theRadius, double theU=2 *M_PI, double theVmin=M_PI_2, double theVmax=M_PI_2) 
Creates a sphere.  
static ModelData_Solid  CreateCylinder (double theRadius, double theHeight, double theAngle=2 *M_PI) 
Creates a cylinder.  
static ModelData_Solid  CreateCylinder (const ModelData_Axis2Placement &theAxis, double theRadius, double theHeight, double theAngle=2 *M_PI) 
Creates a cylinder.  
static ModelData_Solid  CreateCone (double theRadius1, double theRadius2, double theHeight, double theAngle=2 *M_PI) 
Creates a cone.  
static ModelData_Solid  CreateCone (const ModelData_Axis2Placement &theAxis, double theRadius1, double theRadius2, double theHeight, double theAngle=2 *M_PI) 
Creates a cone.  
static ModelData_Solid  CreateTorus (double theRadius1, double theRadius2, double theU=2 *M_PI, double theVmin=0., double theVmax=2 *M_PI) 
Creates a torus.  
static ModelData_Solid  CreateTorus (const ModelData_Axis2Placement &theAxis, double theRadius1, double theRadius2, double theU=2 *M_PI, double theVmin=0., double theVmax=2 *M_PI) 
Creates a torus.  
Creates BRep solid primitives.
The ModelAlgo_TopoPrimitives class provides static methods to construct 3D topological solid primitives. Created primitives can be either complete or truncated. For instance, a sphere can be created either as a full sphere or bounded by its angles along U and V directions.
The following table demonstrates supported primitives:
CreateBox()  
CreateSphere()  
CreateCylinder()  
CreateCone()  
CreateTorus() 

static 
Creates a box.
This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.
Creates a box with a corner at origin of theAxis, sides parallel to it and sizes theDx, theDy, theDz.

static 
Creates a box.
This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.
Creates a box with corners theMinPoint, theMaxPoint.

static 
Creates a box.
This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.
Creates a box with a corner at theMinPoint and sizes theDx, theDy, theDz.
The box sides are parallel to the axis of the global coordinate system.

static 
Creates a box.
Creates a box with a corner at (0,0,0) and sizes theDx, theDy, theDz.
The box sides are parallel to the axis of the global coordinate system.

static 
Creates a cone.
This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.
Creates a cone located in the origin of a local coordinate system theAxis. Parametrization is along the axes of theAxis and use of parameters is the same as in the first CreateCone() overload.

static 
Creates a cone.
Creates a cone located in the origin of a global coordinate system, with theRadius1 and theRadius2, theHeight and parametrized along axes of the global coordinate system.
If theAngle is specified then it defines trimming the cone along the angle of rotation. theAngle must be in the range (0, 2 * PI].
A full cone is created if theAngle use its default value.

static 
Creates a cylinder.
This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.
Creates a cylinder located in the origin of a local coordinate system theAxis. Parametrization is along the axes of theAxis and use of parameters is the same as in the first CreateCylinder() overload.

static 
Creates a cylinder.
Creates a cylinder located in the origin of a global coordinate system, with theRadius, theHeight and parametrized along axes of the global coordinate system.
If theAngle is specified then it defines trimming the cylinder along the angle of rotation. theAngle must be in the range (0, 2 * PI].
A full cylinder is created if theAngle use its default value.

static 
Creates a sphere.
This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.
Creates a sphere located in the origin of the theAxis. Parametrization is along the axes of theAxis and use of parameters is the same as in the first CreateSphere() overload.

static 
Creates a sphere.
This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.
Creates a sphere located in theCenter. Parametrization and use of parameters is the same as in the first CreateSphere() overload.

static 
Creates a sphere.
Creates a sphere located in the origin of a global coordinate system, with theRadius and parametrized along axes of the global coordinate system.
If the parameters theU, theVmin and theVmax are defined they define trimming the sphere as follows:
A full sphere is created if the angular parameters use their default values.

static 
Creates a torus.
This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It differs from the above function only in what argument(s) it accepts.
Creates a torus located in the origin of a local coordinate system theAxis. Parametrization is along the axes of theAxis and use of parameters is the same as in the first CreateTorus() overload.

static 
Creates a torus.
Creates a torus located in the origin of a global coordinate system, with major radius theRadius1, minor radius theRadius2, parametrized along axes of the global coordinate system.
If the parameters theU, theVmin and theVmax are defined they define trimming the torus as follows:
A full sphere is created if the angular parameters use their default values.